Karma Sutra by Hingori reminded me of the book “The Prophet” by Khalil Gibran, in the nature of its presentation. Just as the Prophet, this book also captures paintings almost throughout the book.
The content of this book is not alien to us. Most of us would be familiar with the term Karma, the cause and effect. But this concept of Karma surprises me in that I was able to pick something new from this book. For ex., when we are being good to others, in way of helping or smiling at them or comforting them, I know I generate a good karma for myself, what skipped me and I got through this book is that, the recipient of my action becomes indebted to the kindness shown to him…
…It is a good book, and the good intent of the author comes loud and clear in the way he has presented the Karmic concepts and tried to explain the last two sections. He also offers some worksheets to monitor our karmic progress by increasing our positive karmas and minimizing our negative karmas in the form of objective type questions. Useful it will be. Also he offers help if contacted and a mail id is provided.
– Balakumar, Amazon Reviewer